Welcome to The Bible and the Sacraments, part of the dynamic, best-selling Journey Through Scripture video series. This beautifully filmed, eleven-lesson series explores the sacraments of the Catholic Church, illuminating these “‘masterworks of God’ in the new and everlasting covenant” (CCC 1116).
The Bible and the Sacraments is unlike any other study on the sacraments. Certainly it looks at the basic teaching of the Church as to their meaning and origin. But it goes further. It investigates the deeper mystery of the sacraments as illuminated by Sacred Scripture.
Examining the rich relationship between the Old and New Testaments, it reveals the sacraments as more than mere earthly rituals. They are incredible “‘powers that come forth’ from the Body of Christ” (CCC 1116).
The goal of The Bible and the Sacraments is to understand where the sacraments come from, what they mean, and why they are so important and foundational to our Catholic faith.
This Lent, the St. Paul Center is offering the entire study for free.
The Bible and the Sacraments is based on the work of world-renowned theologian Dr. Scott Hahn. Presented by popular speaker and author Matthew Leonard, the deep mysteries and truths of the sacraments come alive in a whole new way.
Matthew Leonard is an internationally-known speaker, author, and Executive Producer at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. A convert to Catholicism and former missionary to Latin America, he is a frequent guest on radio and television programs, and hosts a podcast on iTunes titled The Art of Catholic. Matthew holds a Masters in Theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville. His books include Louder Than Words: The Art of Living as a Catholic and Prayer Works! Getting a Grip on Catholic Spirituality. Learn more about him at MatthewSLeonard.com.
The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology is a non-profit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition. The Center serves clergy and laity, students and scholars, with research and study tools—from books and publications to multimedia and online programming.
This study, and the entire Journey Through Scripture program, have helped better catechize hundreds of thousands of Catholics.